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In a World That Watches

At a time when everybody wants to be a storyteller, good stories matter more.  By: Jamie Penn Stories can shake things up. They can create a shift, change a moment, a day, an attitude, a philosophy, a purchase decision, a life. Consumers want stories. They want good stories. They want a reason to care, to […]

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The Crop Box: A Millennial Twist to the Future of Farming

With every new generation comes complaints from the previous generation and the one before that  things just aren’t the same as they used to be. And, this couldn’t be more the case where farmers are concerned. Waste not, want not, is the premise behind the Crop Box, owned by Williamson Greenhouses, and designed by Ben […]

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“Food Chains” Raises Food Sourcing Bar

The widely-acclaimed activist organization, the CIW (Coalition of Immokalee Workers) gets its due in the U.S. Food Chains, a documentary highlighting the organization’s fight for humane labor practices, opens in select cities and theaters this week. The hype around food – how it’s grown, where it comes from, and how it’s transported – has been both a societal and […]

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Sustainable Food Show and Tell

What happens when consumers hold the course, using their purchasing powers for good…food? Big food conglomerates listen. And, the sustainable food movement braces itself. Googling sustainable food, sustainable agriculture, and related movements can make the average consumer want to bury their head in the dirt next to the free range, grass fed, certified humane, certified […]

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Shed A Little Light

One Million Lights and Energizer SA partnered to ensure that 7,000 South African school children made their way out of the dark. Lights were delivered in July by a group of dedicated young volunteers to give children and teens like Nomvelo Npungose a better chance.  Nomvelo Npungose is a smart, outwardly joyful 18 year-old girl living in […]

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